Magdalena Kapinos is a Polish illustrator who creates digital paintings merging abstract and representational imagery with bright colors, graphic strokes and unexpected textures. Photography, watercolor, geo shapes, whimsical characters and collages put together in forms of illustration? Yes please. One of the best works of art I’ve seen in a long time.
The work of Canadian illustrator Alexandra Levasseur is inspired by her life experiences in Canada, Costa Rica and Spain. Her illustrations are based on her emotional and environmental circumstances of each moment. Her works are like the things you dream about when you have so many things in mind; disturbing, confusing, irregular yet dreamily beautiful and mesmerising. You can catch her work at Galerie Roccia – Montreal starting from June 15th.
Cecilia Carlstedt is an illustrator from Sweden whose whimsical water color and charcoal illustrations are already a fashion favourite – she has worked with a wide range of clients such as H&M, La Perla, Swarovski, Paul Smith, Victoria Secret, Martini Gold, Elle, Vogue, New York Times and W magazine. I see the perfect French women in her work; soft brush strokes which are defined with sharp and snooty silhouettes.